On my trip to Hudson Island for a week of holidays, I encountered rainy drizzle on the final 5 minutes prior to arrival, and I knew that the short grass airstrip would be slippery. So I spent extra time slowing the plane down gradually, adding full flaps gradually, and approaching the runway at the edge of stall speed, which is was about 57 Knots. A video shows me coming in for a landing, seemingly too low, but this is what I wanted.
I wanted to be in level flight at stable airspeed over the ocean, and then as I cross the threshold of the runway, pull the nose up a bit, add some power, which puts the plane into slower-than- stall speed, but the added power makes the plane enter “slow flight” mode. I then cut the power, and the plane drops a few feet, truly drops, a few feet, (truly stalls) and does a bounce on the runway.
I couldn’t actually see the grass of the runway doing this landing, which is a nervous feeling. But I had practiced this sort of landing in Camrose, to prepare for a rainy day like today. See the video Wet grass slow flight landing.
At 1:00 the plane’s tail stalls first and drops a bit. Then hear the power added. At 1:10 the inner part of the big wings are stalled but the other wings are still flying, and the plane sinks to the ground.